Sewer Inspection News

Lanes completes drainage maintenance at Shetland power station

14/06/2015

Lanes Group has completed a three week programme of drainage maintenance at the Shetland Islands’ main power station. The work at Lerwick Power Station, run by Scottish Southern Energy (SSE), included a comprehensive CCTV drainage survey of the site, drainage jetting and pipe patch lining. A team of eight drainage engineers from Lanes Group’s Aberdeen depot travelled by…

Aerial image of Shetland Power Station

Lanes invests in pole cam technology for faster culvert inspections

18/02/2015

The Lanes depot in Tyne & Wear is offering clients a faster and more cost-effective culvert inspection service with the latest pole camera technology. Its drainage engineers can now quickly provide the most detailed views of large culverts and sewers with its QuickView Zoom camera. The drainage inspection equipment, the most advanced on the UK…

Lanes engineer with quickview polecam

Lanes team supports developer’s sewer adoption programme

26/11/2014

Lanes Group engineers are helping one of the UK’s largest residential developers achieve a smooth sewer adoption process at new home sites in Yorkshire and Humberside. The team at the Lanes depot in Leeds, West Yorkshire, are providing expert sewer adoption advice and support for sites developed by Taylor Wimpey. Two projects include Crest Park…

Confined space in sewer

Lanes zooms in to combat increase in motorway flood risks

18/07/2014

Lanes engineers have taken drainage inspections along the M6toll around Birmingham into the fast lane with a powerful zoom camera. The Lanes depot at Minworth, in Birmingham, has invested in the UK’s most advanced drainage pole camera to carry out the inspection work for Midland Expressway, which operates and maintains the 27-mile-long motorway from Coleshill…

Lanes Quickview camera

Local structural repair – best option for decommissioning paper mill sewer pipes

25/06/2014

Lanes Group has used a no-dig patch lining technique to support the decommissioning of drainage pipes on a production site of leading global manufacturer Kimberly-Clark. The Lanes engineers based at the company’s Chester depot used local structural repairs, known as patch liners, to block lateral pipes at Kimberly-Clark’s paper mills in Flint, North Wales. The…

No Dig Patch Lining

Hospital drainage system fighting fit thanks to Lanes for Drains

03/07/2012

Lanes for Drains engineers showed their sensitive sides when they were called in to carry out extensive drainage rehabilitation work at a hospital in Kent. Their ability to work in highly sensitive environments and find innovate ways to ensure patient care was not disrupted was just as important as their technical skill. Estates managers at Maidstone and Tunbridge…

CCTV survey in Hospital